In an endeavour to make exam preparations more effective, Pearson, the world’s leading digital learning company, today unveiled CBSE 2021 Question Bank Series for Science and Mathematics. Based on the recent changes made by CBSE in their curriculum, the new series featuresa comprehensive, systematically collated, and well-developed summary of chapters to help students prepare for the exam. As an effective tool for quick revision, the question banks will have 1000+ practice questions, covering previous year questions and 500+ MCQ’s, fill in the blanks and VSA type questions as per CBSE guidelines.
Considering the loss of classroom teaching time due to the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, CBSE recently reduced the syllabus for classes 10 by 30 percent. The must-have Question Bank series in-line with the revised syllabus has been designed to enable faster revision via chapter overview and practice questions. The edition includes CBSE 2020 question papers, a self-assessment corner, and master test to equip learners with the latest and best educational resources. The authors, with more than 35 years of teaching experience, have tailored the series to help students to excel in CBSE board examination.
Talking about the launch, Sunil Agarwal, Head- Product (Test Preparation and Assessment), Pearson India said, “The reduction in the syllabus for Classes 9 to 12 by 30 percent with an intent to ease the burden on students, comes at the backdrop of the extraordinary situation created by COVID-19. In this indefinite situation, we need to support and equip students with all the necessary resources which can help them prepare better for their exams. The study material, developed by authors with more than 35 years of teaching experience, has tailored one-of-its-kind series to help students excel in the CBSE board examination. We at Pearson, always strive to be ahead of the curve when it comes to offering timely and meaningful study resources to our consumers and this question bank is a significant effort to bridge the gap.”